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How a Biden presidency could impact Australian lawyersAug 05 2020

A victory by former vice-president Joe Biden in the looming presidential election could result in a vastly different professional marketplac

by Jerome Doraisamy

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Jul 29 2020The myriad challenges facing First Nations lawyers

Racism remains all too common a feature of the legal vocational journey, say three senior Indigenous...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jul 13 2020Ensuring purpose as a practitioner

Law is, perhaps more so than most professions, a calling. Its myriad demands on daily life give rise...

by Jerome Doraisamy

Jul 14 2020News, awards and features: Top 10 things young lawyers should know today

Lawyers Weekly’s Protégé takes a look at the last fortnight’s news that young lawyers, from in...

by Naomi Neilson

Jul 09 2020Becoming an ‘empire builder’ post-pandemic

Life after coronavirus is coming, and for boutique lawyers who know what they’re doing, business s...

by Jerome Doraisamy

‘Nightmare of serious errors’: How Australia’s miscarriages of justice and wrongful convictions are crippling the criminal justice systemJul 06 2020

From taking the fall for a dingo, simply being the wrong person in the wrong place, or just hopping into bed with a shady lawyer, Australia...

by Naomi Neilson

How COVID-19 has changed #auslawJul 02 2020

The Australian legal marketplace will never be the same again once the age of coronavirus has passed. This is, unquestionably, a good outcom...

by Jerome Doraisamy

The rise and rise of the in-house lawyerJun 30 2020

As the marketplace looks toward a post-pandemic world, the inextricable influence corporate counsel have over a business’ operations is se...

by Jerome Doraisamy

BigLaw 2020: A brave new worldMay 03 2020

The emergence and substantial influence of knowledge, innovation, tech and project management positions in BigLaw firms not only up-end BigL...

by Jerome Doraisamy

A grim reality: The justice system and sexual assault casesApr 27 2020

Leave a little bit of evidence, and offenders of a murder are easier to prosecute. Leave the smallest remorse and offenders of manslaughter ...

by Naomi Neilson